Tomorrow we have a singer, a Fox News co-host and more on Bold TV to discuss North Korea, G20 summit, Donald Trump voters and “draining the swamp.”
*Update: Watch our full episode here*
Singer and Actress Joy Villa
Tune in tomorrow at 10 am ET with our own Carrie Sheffield and our guest host, Adrienne Elrod, who is a Democratic Strategist and Former Director of Strategic Communications for Hillary for America. Be sure to join the conversation live on Facebook and Periscope!
We’re excited to have singer Joy Villa, who dazzled and surprised with her pro-Trump dress at the 2017 Grammys. She’ll share her thoughts about her journey from a Bernie Sanders supporter to a Trump enthusiast and talk about her new song titled, “Make America Great Again!”
We’ll also welcome Fox News co-host and New York Times best-selling author, Eric Bolling.
Fox News co-host and NY Times Best-Selling Author Eric Bolling
We’ll hear his take on Trump’s trip abroad and his new book, “The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It.”
Then we’ll have a foreign policy analyst and a political commentator discuss Trump and US/Foreign relations. For our Bookstr segment, we’ll talk with The Young Turks’ Jordan Chariton about his book, “Corporate Con Job: How Mainstream Media Aids The Oligarchy.”
Learn more about our guests here:
Of course, we want to hear your opinions on all these topics! Will Trump help or hurt US/Foreign relations at G20 summit? Are you worried about North Korea’s ballistic missiles? Join the conversation in our Facebook comments! See you tomorrow morning at 10 am ET!
*Update: An earlier version of this article stated Rep. Dan Donovan would join us — due to a scheduling issue, he wasn’t here today. The Congressman will join Bold TV on a future date.*
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“Of course, we want to hear your opinions on all these topics! Will Trump help or hurt US/Foreign relations at G20 summit? Are you worried about North Korea’s ballistic missiles? Join the conversation in our Facebook comments! See you tomorrow morning at 10 am ET!”
I’m beginning to think Facebook and Facebook live are for people with no life. Friday, 10AM ET?
Anyways, the short answer is no. He will not hurt US/Foreign relations at the G20 summit. Have you seen the protests?
2nd, who cares about North Korea. I know I don’t. Just like I don’t care about Islamic Terrorist who claim Jihad and pervert their religion.